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Old Crow Medicine show looks back to move forward
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Old Crow Medicine show looks back to move forward

There’s something to be said for holding on to old high school journals and notebooks — at least Old Crow Medicine Show’s Chris “Critter” Fuqua thinks so. He says It’s important to not only stay in touch with...

James T. Robinson Jr.
James T. Robinson Jr.

James T. "Junior" Robinson Jr., 90, of Mammoth, passed away Monday, July 21, 2014, at Golden Living Center, Glasgow, after a long illness.

Junior was a retired school bus driver for Kanawha County Schools with over 30 years of service.

He...

Rhoda E. Turnblacer
Rhoda E. Turnblacer

Rhoda Ellen Turnblacer, 88, of Flagler Beach, Fla., died July 20, 2014, at CAMC Memorial Hospital, Charleston.

Born June 13, 1926, in Akron, Ohio, she was the daughter of Dr. Lorin Beryl Sebrell and Ruth Ellen Tullis Sebrell. She attended Silver ...

Elizabeth M. Harden
Elizabeth M. Harden

Elizabeth M. Harden passed away July 19, 2014. Devoted friends: Ms. Ruby Metts, Sharon Lamb, Sandra Henderson and Jane and Calvin Peebles. Graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 26, at Spring Hill Cemetery, 1555 Farnsworth Drive,...

Marian E. Haddad Ghiz
Marian E. Haddad Ghiz

Marian Elizabeth Haddad Ghiz, 87, departed this life on July 21, 2014, at CAMC Memorial Hospital.

She was born in Clothier and grew up in South Charleston and was the daughter of the late Samuel and Elizabeth Haddad.

In addition to her...

Dirty Girl Mud Run won’t issue refunds
Dirty Girl Mud Run won’t issue refunds

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and hundreds of them took to social media Wednesday to let Dirty Girl Mud Run organizers know just how upset they are that the Charleston race, set for Saturday, was canceled just three days before taking place....

Frontier: $690K for competitor to duplicate broadband network ‘not appropriate’

Over strong objections from Frontier Communications, a West Virginia state board plans to spend $690,000 to put fiber-optic cable in Randolph and Pocahontas counties, even though the project would duplicate an existing network owned by Frontier....

Old Crow Medicine show looks back to move forward
Old Crow Medicine show looks back to move forward

There’s something to be said for holding on to old high school journals and notebooks — at least Old Crow Medicine Show’s Chris “Critter” Fuqua thinks so. He says It’s important to not only stay in touch with...

West Virginia Open: Berner leads Davis, Bartlett after opening round
West Virginia Open: Berner leads Davis, Bartlett after opening round

DANIELS — The old gang is back together atop the leaderboard after the first round of the 81st West Virginia Open.

Craig Berner, the 2005 champion, returned after a year absence and shoulder surgery in...

Healthy Trickett key to Mountaineers’ hopes
Healthy Trickett key to Mountaineers’ hopes

MORGANTOWN — Dana Holgorsen was talking Tuesday about how his quarterback, Clint Trickett, might be able to stay out of the kind of trouble that plagued him last season.

And no, he wasn’t talking about...

Saints report to Greenbrier today for workouts

The New Orleans Saints will come marching into West Virginia today.

The Saints open their training camp with players reporting for physicals, meetings and strength and conditioning tests at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs. Today’s ...

Healthy Trickett key to Mountaineers’ hopes

MORGANTOWN — Dana Holgorsen was talking Tuesday about how his quarterback, Clint Trickett, might be able to stay out of the kind of trouble that plagued him last season.

And no, he wasn’t talking about...

Hickory slips past Power 3-2

HICKORY, N.C. — West Virginia’s Erich Weiss homered in the top of the eighth to tie the game at 2, but Hickory’s Kellin Deglan blasted a solo shot in the bottom of the frame to help the Crawdads to a 3-...

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